2015 marks the 125th anniversary of Vincent van Gogh’s death (1853-1890). This occasion is being commemorated in over 30 locations throughout Europe under the title: ‘Van Gogh 2015: 125 years of inspiration’. The Dutch Museum of Lithography is participating in this event with the exhibition ‘Vincent van Gogh, The Graphic Artist’, which runs from 9 May to 4 October 2015. The exhibition relays the story of the artist’s little-known lithographic works and his fascination for ‘the art of black and white’. The museum is also running a smaller exhibition in parallel, entitled ‘Vincent van Gogh in Small Lithography’ which displays selected smaller lithography items from the Ton de Brouwer collection. The exhibition shows exact reproductions of Van Gogh’s graphical works, as well as a number of pieces on loan from the Netherlands and Belgium, to illustrate the following themes in the painter’s work: Van Gogh as a colle

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